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    On the Design of the Book Introduction to Philosophy [Vvedenie V Filosofiiu].I. T. Frolov, V. S. Stepin, V. A. Lektorskii & V. Zh Kelle - 1990 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 28 (4):25-57.
    A large team of well-known Soviet scholars is currently preparing a new textbook in philosophy. We thought it might be useful to acquaint the broad philosophical public with the ideas that guided the authors in writing the textbook, and have included its table of contents, preface, and conclusion. We also, together with the team of authors, are hoping for readers' responses. The book will be published shortly by Politizdat Publishers.
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    The Institute of Philosophy.A. A. Guseinov & V. A. Lektorskii - 2009 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (1):12-25.
    This concise history of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences includes discussion of the main periods of its development, its research problematic, and changes that have occurred in the life and work of the institute over the past two decades.
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    Analytical Philosophy Today.V. A. Lektorskii - 1971 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 10 (2):135-157.
    The principal fact that strikes the eye upon study of the present state of analytical philosophy is that virtually all its spokesmen share the belief that logical positivism, once the most influential of the analytical currents, is on the decline. The present-day philosophy of analysis is regarded as a kind of "post-positivism.".
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  4. Gustav Shpet I Sovremennai͡a Filosofii͡a Gumanitarnogo Znanii͡a.V. A. Lektorskiĭ (ed.) - 2006 - I͡azyki Slavi͡anskikh Kulʹtur.
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    Lenin's Materialism and Empirio-Criticism and Contemporary Theory of Knowledge.V. A. Lektorskii - 1980 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 18 (4):78-101.
    On the anniversary of Lenin's work of genius, the significance of this book for Marxist philosophy as a whole and, particularly, for the dialectical materialist theory of knowledge can be understood especially clearly. Turning today to the history of Marxist-Leninist thought in the twentieth century, we comprehend fully the enormous role played both by Lenin's defense of the principal propositions of dialectical materialism against revisionists and open enemies of Marxism dabbling in philosophy and his creative development of the underlying foundations (...)
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  6. Nauka Glazami Gumanitarii͡a.V. A. Lektorskiĭ (ed.) - 2005 - Progress-Tradit͡sii͡a.
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    On Tolerance, Pluralism, and Criticism.V. A. Lektorskii - 1998 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 37 (1):9-21.
    UNESCO has declared 1996 to be the year of tolerance. The issue of tolerance has been discussed at a number of conferences, seminars, and symposia both in our country and abroad. I have participated in some of these discussions and would like to share some thoughts on this problem. But first let me call attention to a number of points that will become clearer later on. First, the idea of tolerance is in reality not as simple as it seems, because (...)
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    Principles Involved in the Reproduction of the Object in Knowledge.V. A. Lektorskii - 1968 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 6 (4):11-21.
    A cognitive relation presumes the presence of two terms: the subject and the object. The process of cognition can be realized only in forms characteristic of the subject. However, cognition faces the task of reproducing the properties of the object "in itself," and not in its relation to any given "point of view" of the subject. Lenin singles out objectivity of examination as the first, the starting element in scientific dialectics . This is also testified to by the very meaning (...)
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  9. Philosophy is the Self-Consciousness of a Culture.V. A. Lektorskii - 2004 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 42 (4):73-91.
     
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  10. Ratsional Nost Na Pereput E.V. A. Lektorskii, Piama Pavlovna Gaidenko, V. S. Stepin & Institut Filosofii Nauk) - 1999
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    The Activity Approach: Death or Rebirth?V. A. Lektorskii - 2001 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 40 (2):5-18.
    In the not-too-distant past, the activity approach was quite popular in Russian philosophy and in many human sciences, including psychology. Recently it has come under criticism, even from some of its former proponents. This issue begins a series of articles devoted to assessing the results of research that has been conducted in Russia along the lines of this approach. The authors of the articles are philosophers, psychologists, and educational theoreticians and practitioners.
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    The Institute of Philosophy Is One of the Centers of Our Culture.V. A. Lektorskii - 2009 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (1):41-55.
    A retrospective look at the development of philosophy in Russia in the Soviet and post-Soviet periods through the prism of the author's own fifty-year experience with philosophical research and its organization within and beyond the institutional establishment. Recognizing the significance of the accumulated philosophical riches, the author advocates for not merely preserving and multiplying those riches, but also for making them available to the society and establishing active collaboration with researchers in other disciplines as well as with cultural and religious (...)
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    To the Reader.V. A. Lektorskii - 1998 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 36 (4):90-99.
    Our journal is now a half century old. ... For those who have been associated with Voprosy filosofii all these years the time, it seems, has passed quickly. I remember how we celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the journal and the plans we made then. It seems that all this happened quite recently. But if one now recalls what happened with our journal and our philosophy in general during these years, one gets the uncanny feeling that we have lived through (...)
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